People v. United Air Lines, Inc. , 42 Cal.2d 878
[S. F. No. 18900. In Bank. Apr. 2, 1954.]
THE PEOPLE, Appellant, v. UNITED AIR LINES, INC. (a Corporation), Respondent.
Everett C. McKeage and J. Thomason Phelps for Appellant.
Treadwell & Laughlin, Edward F. Treadwell, Reginald S. Laughlin, Colin C. Kelley, Mayer, Meyer, Austrian & Platt, John T. Lorch and Edmund A. Stephan for Respondent.
OPINION OF THE COURT
This appeal is from a judgment of dismissal after a demurrer to the complaint had been sustained without leave to amend. This defendant concedes that the Public Utilities Commission has the power of regulatory control over transportation companies by direct grant from the state Constitution. Otherwise the issues are the same as those involved in the case of People v. Western Air Lines, Inc., a corporation, L. A. No. 22881, ante, p. 621 [268 P.2d 723], this day decided. The concession does not affect the result.
The judgment is reversed.
For the reasons and upon the grounds stated in my dissenting opinion in People v. Western Air Lines, Inc., L. A. No. 22881, this day filed (ante, p. 621 [268 P.2d 723], I would affirm the judgment.
Edmonds, J., concurred.
|Fri, 04/02/1954||42 Cal.2d 878||Review - Criminal Appeal||Opinion issued |
|1||THE PEOPLE, Appellant, v. UNITED AIR LINES, INC. (a Corporation) (Respondent)|
|2||UNITED AIR LINES, INC. (a Corporation) (Respondent)|
|Apr 2 1954||Opinion: Reversed|